What happens if you cook with engine oil?

Chef's answer
Cooking oil will provide some lubrication but it will not stand up to the high temperatures found in an engine and will break down in short order. It will also congeal at low temperatures reducing its lubrication capability. The end result would probably be a seized engine.
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Cooking oil will provide some lubrication but it will not stand up to the high temperatures found in an engine and will break down in short order. It will also congeal at low temperatures reducing its lubrication capability. The end result would probably be a seized engine.
Yes you could, but why cook anything in something toxic and render it unusable. Most motor lubricating oils are petroleum or synthetic long-chain hydrocarbon based and contain additives that are poisonous if consumed.
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